The Things I Care About, by Deanne Mcdonald >> http://qoo.ly/m3s9r I don't really care what you think of my husband. Although he has passed on, I loved him. We got along great and laughed a lot. Anybody who tried to convince me that he was a terrible guy wouldn't get very far. I worked with him and lived with him for 30 years. I'm pretty sure that I knew him better than anybody else. I believe what I see and experience; gossip or lies can't change that. Similarly, I really don't care…
Scientologists view life as a game in which everyone can win and no one need lose. Scientologists are optimistic about life and believe there is hope for a saner world and better civilization and are actively doing all they can to achieve this.
The CBC’s Neil Macdonald embarrassed himself this past week by letting loose on all things religious under the guise of a warning about new Conservative leader Andrew Scheer. “Andrew Scheer says he won't impose his
Who are Scientologists? Meet Cyril, a motorcycle stuntman from France. “When I found Scientology,” says Cyril, “I really found things that allowed me to understand who I am—and from then on I stopped taking drugs. I could make my life the way I wanted to and I really believe that it is thanks to Scientology that I am still doing that today.” PLAY VIDEO!